Tottenham playmaker Rafael van der Vaart has declared his delight at his recent form for the club.
The talented Dutchman has been in sizzling form in front of goal for the Spurs recently with four goals from his last three outings.
The ex-Real Madrid man found the back of the net in Sunday's 3-1 win over QPR, while he bagged a brace in the 2-1 success at Blackburn and netted in the 2-2 draw at Newcastle.
Van der Vaart is aware his goalscoring run will end at some point, however, he knows the club's fans have paid good money to see the team and he is determined to put on a show.
"Sometimes there's going to be a game that I don't score, but I'm in a good flow," Van der Vaart told Sky Sports News.
"I play for the fans. That's the most important thing. They buy tickets to come to the stadium to see something nice.
"The whole team, not just me loves to play, and loves to play with each other. We want to fight for each other.
"The top four is our goal."
Van der Vaart has also piled the praise on two of the club's newest signings with Spurs performing well since the arrival of Scott Parker and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Harry Redknapp's troops are unbeaten following the signings and the 28-year-old is delighted with what the duo have brought to the starting XI.
"(Adebayor's) a great player and a great lad as well," he continued.
"He's working really hard for the team. When he doesn't score it's so important, he gives passes, works, he's quick and he's got good technique.
"Scott Parker at the moment is our best player because it's amazing how he tackles and blocks the ball. It's amazing to watch him."